The mission of the Sedona Heritage Museum is to preserve, celebrate, and teach the history of the greater Sedona area from 1876 to the present. The primary museum building was the family home of Walter and Ruth Jordon, with the original one-room building dating back to 1930. Highlights of the Sedona Heritage Museum include a movie room that commemorates nearly 100 feature films made in Sedona, an old-time laundry room, a school room, and a room dedicated to the Schnebly family. The fascinating 3300-square-foot Apple Packing Shed displays Walter Jordan's 46-foot apple grading machine. After you've gotten your fill of Sedona history, head to the gift shop, which features handmade gift items made by local artists.